Hospitality Inn Port Hedland
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- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsHospitality Inn Port Hedland
Staff and Meals, and accommodation very good. The Motel is very clean and tidy, and the staff were very helpful.
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Travel Blogs from Port Hedland
... the hare and tortousie. From Pardoo Roadhouse we travelled together down to DeGrays Rest Area, 50km north of Port Hedland, and camped together on
the south side of DeGrays River away from the rest of the campers. After setting up we went for a walk down to the river, only to come across Jean and Ted walking the railway track. So off we all went across the disused railway bridge to the north side ...
... stopped for lunch at a rest area at Bea Bea Creek, and parked next to a good display of Sturt Desert Peas, and budgies in the trees around the waterhole.
About a hundred km's south of Port Hedland, the roadside wildflowers stopped. And driving became a bit more stressful, with a steady stream of trucks carrying ore to the port, and returning empty to get more. These trucks are massive - pulling 3 trailers and about 50 metres long - quite an effort to overtake one, ...
... Today we have been on a Seafarers Tour on the Harbour picking up sailors from the large tanker boats coming into town for shopping then returning to their boat.
Tomorrow we are meeting up with a lovely couple we met at Barn Hill, Ian works on the tug boats in the port and hopefully we will get to experience going on the tugboat for a couple of hours.
From here we travel towards Dampier and Karatha on Sunday, ...
... was the chef, Bianca was the cleaner while Tricia and I cleaned her tent from all the red dirt. We literally felt like we'd been in the outback for a week after how dirty we all were and the van. When we sat down for dinner, it was like heaven, Ayesha made the most amazing Spag Bol and the ciders were going down a treat. B & I then got to watch the House Rules Grand Final on my iPad before having a good sleep. KM's covered - ...
... the Rodeo. On the way here, we stopped at Whim Creek for a coffee and cake! Nooooooo! No more cake! That's it. I've told Anita, we are not having anymore. Besides the $$$ it's also the kgs going on! While searching for the geocache we found a small snake under a rock. Bob was talking to the pub manager and he said it was a "children's Python"!!! Seriously!!! We arrived just after 12 noon, quickly found ourselves a parking spot and who should be here ...